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  1. South Field Energy Wins Air Permit for 1,150-MW, Gas-Fired Project in Ohio

    South Field Energy LLC   on Sept. 23 scored its third major Ohio regulatory approval in two days, with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency that day issuing a final air permit-to-install for the construction of the South Field Energy facility, a nominal 1,150-MW combined cycle gas turbine facility to be located in Wellsville, Ohio. The Ohio Power Siting Board on Sept. 22 had issued two certificates, one for the power project itself and the other for the interconnecting transmission line. The Ohio EPA-issued permit covers these two major emissions units: P001 - Combined cycle combustion turbine (3,131 MMBtu/hr heat input turbine at ISO conditions, natural gas firing with evaporative cooler on and 800 MMBtu/hr maximum heat input natural gas-fired duct burner) with dry low NOx combustors, selective catalytic reduction (SCR), catalytic oxidizer, and wet injection for ULSD firing. Heat input for ULSD firing at ISO conditions, with evaporative cooler on is 3,173 MMBtu/hr. P002 - Combined cycle combustion turbine (3,131 MMBtu/hr heat input turbine at ISO conditions, natural gas firing with evaporative cooler on and 800 MMBtu/hr maximum heat input natural gas-fired duct burner) with dry low NOx combustors, selective catalytic reduction (SCR), catalytic oxidizer, and wet injection for ULSD firing. Heat input for ULSD firing at ISO conditions, with evaporative cooler on is 3,173 MMBtu/hr. The South Field facility will be located on a 150-acre parcel in Yellow Creek Township, Columbiana County. A new 3.9-mile, 345-kV transmission line and electrical switchyard, also authorized by the OPSB on Sept. 22, will deliver power from the generation facility to the regional electric grid. South Field Energy proposes to commence construction in January 2017 and begin commercial operation of the facility by January 2020. This is to be a dual-fuel combined-cycle facility designed in a 2x2 configuration. It will primarily fire natural gas, with the capability to fire ultra-low sulphur distillate (ULSD) as a back-up. It will utilize two integrated General Electric (GE) 7HA.02 combustion turbine generators, each with a dedicated supplementary-fired heat recovery steam generator; two steam generators and two mechanical draft wet cooling towers. The facility will have a nominal net output of 1,105 MW (full duct burner operation with inlet air cooling at 59 degrees Fahrenheit ambient temperature). South Field Energy is an affiliate of Advanced Power NA.   This article was republished with permission from  Generation Hub .

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    Mon, 26 Sep 2016

  2. CPV Power Plant Permit in Question

    The permitting process for the  CPV Valley Energy Center  is under scrutiny after federal prosecutors accused a former aide of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of taking bribes from a former executive of the plant’s developer, Competitive Power Ventures.

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    Mon, 26 Sep 2016

  3. Burns & McDonnell to Build Gas-Fired Plant in Saskatchewan

    SaskPower announced they have chosen Burns & McDonnell to design and construct the new  350 MW Chinook Power Station to be located in southwestern Saskatchewan, 100 miles north of the border between Canada and the United States.

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    Wed, 28 Sep 2016

  4. Siemens Ships F-Class Gas Turbine for Project in Iran

    Siemens has shipped the first F-class gas turbine for the Bandar Abbas power project in Iran. 

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    Tue, 20 Sep 2016

  1. South Field Energy wins air permit for 1,150 MW, gas-fired project in Ohio

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    Tue, 27 Sep 2016

  2. CB&I announces award for 560-MW dual-fuel combined-cycle gas turbine power station

    CB&I announced it has been awarded a contract valued at more than $350M by a leading electric power holding company for the engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction of a 560-MW combined-cycle gas turbine power station located in the Southeastern U.S.

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    Thu, 11 Aug 2016

  3. GE signs gas turbine pact with Israel Electric

    GE has signed a service deal with Israel’s main utility for gas turbines at three power plants.

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    Thu, 8 Sep 2016

  4. GE Oil & Gas awarded contract by BP for third LNG train in Tangguh expansion

    GE Oil & Gas has been awarded a contract to supply gas turbine -driven compressors for a third LNG train for the Tangguh expansion having provided the original equipment for Trains 1 and 2 when the plant was first established.

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    Wed, 14 Sep 2016

  5. PJM Works out Final Interconnect for 340-MW Doswell Expansion in Virginia

    By July 1, 2018, Doswell II must demonstrate commercial operation.

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    Mon, 12 Sep 2016

  6. Gas plant deal marks digital first for GE in Iraq

    GE has signed a $250m contract which will see it bring its power sector digital solutions to Iraq for the first time.

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    Fri, 9 Sep 2016

  7. Siemens to Provide Long-Term Service for Gas Turbines in Mexico

    Siemens today announced it has received an order to provide long-term service and maintenance for eight gas turbines at four power plants in Mexico. The contract period covers 16 years. 

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    Thu, 1 Sep 2016

  8. Ansaldo Energia-led consortium completes South African gas-fired power plant

    A consortium led by Italy’s Ansaldo Energia with Fata (Danieli Group) has successfully completed the construction of a second electric power plant in Avon, South Africa.

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    Thu, 22 Sep 2016

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